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March 24 — Gaston Hernandez discusses what happens to Cuba some day when there are no Castros


Since Fidel Castro handed over the presidency of Cuba to his brother, Raul in early 2008, signs of greater economic openness have led to much speculation. Will Raul seek to reopen ties with the U.S.? What role will Cuba's American exiles play in shaping a post-Castro Cuba?

When: Tuesday March 24, 7:30 PM
Where: Butler University Pharmacy Building

This is part of the Indiana Council on World Affairs Great Decisions series. Gaston Fernandez, professor of political science at Indiana State University, is originally from Cuba.

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